Innovation Inspiration for 2018 (new eBook)

Words of innovation wisdom for the new year

As we wrap up a tumultuous 2017, a year marked by natural disasters, international tensions, and political division, it’s time to pause and reflect.

Mark Levy innovation quotes Lisa NirellIt’s also time to renew our belief in the future. What do you hope to achieve? Where will you turn for innovation inspiration? What avenues of personal and professional growth will you pursue? Which ones will you abandon or delay?

Over the years, I have collected some of my favorite, thought-provoking quotes from a wide variety of innovators. You will immediately recognize some of them. Others are up and coming innovation leaders. This free PDF eBook includes quotes from:

  • Elon Musk
  • Bill Gurley
  • Richard Branson
  • Marie Curie
  • Satya Nadella
  • Jen Rubio
  • Albert Einstein
  • Walter Isaacson
  • Hans Zimmer
  • …and several more.

Hans Zimmer innovation quotes Lisa NirellTake a look at these quotes for a shot of “innovation inspiration.” You can access this PDF when you sign up here; you’ll also receive the results of the 2017-18 CMO Innovation Trends Report. These two bonus learning gifts will help inform and encourage you to achieve new levels of success and growth in 2018.

Enjoy and Happy New Year!

 

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